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Pip Bishop of Y&R picks her Desert Island Ads

Pip Bishop is head of creative at Y&R London. She has been a creative partner at the agency since 2000 and began her career at TBWA. She has won awards for Nissan, Virgin Atlantic, Virgin Trains, M&S fashion and M&S ...

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George Parker: Steve Jobs, the not-so-family man

This week sees the publication of “Small Fry,” the tell-all book by Steve Jobs’ first daughter, Lisa, and her less than fortunate experiences with a father that refused to acknowledge her for years, even though DNA tests proved conclusively that ...

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Adland’s version of holiday howlers

It’s the height of the holiday season, when you can get yourself into all sorts of trouble by not speaking the language. With which tenuous link here are some funny language school ads, Babbel (from Wieden+Kennedy presumably) and, surprisingly, perhaps ...

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Radiocentre’s Lucy Barrett picks her Desert Island Radio Ads

Lucy Barrett is client director of industry marketing body Radiocentre. She is a former editor of Marketing and spent five years as European communications director of JWT. Radio is booming in the UK according to the latest figures from the ...

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Jody Smith of Broadsign: unlocking new communication potential in the era of smart cities

Smart cities have long been a concept reserved for sci-fi films, but with recent technological advancements, they’re quickly becoming a reality. Media owners have begun to make city-wide audiences available and more addressable using smart city technology in less intrusive ...

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Dark Horses founder Simon Dent picks his first eleven Desert Island football Ads

Simon Dent is the founder of Dark Horses, the sports marketing agency backed by UK creative agency Lucky Generals. Dark Horses’ clients include Nissan, Wiggle, Just Eat, Peloton and Southampton FC. With the Premiership starting tomorrow (August 10) chief coaching ...

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